I’m Holli Coulman, a former Federal inmate. I want to let you know you’re not alone. If you’re viewing this, you’re probably a bit scared and confused and facing a sentence inside a woman’s Federal Prison. My job’s to relate my own experiences, and help women understand what they’ll be facing as Defendant’s going through the Federal Court Process, and more importantly survive when they become inmates in a women’s Federal Prison.
Pink Lady Prison Consultants offers several Pre Custody and Sentence Reduction services along with guidance by my colleague Larry Levine who spent 10 years in Federal Custody at 11 different correctional facilities.
First off, know you’re not alone. There are currently over 14,000 women being held at several overcrowded High, Medium, Low and Minimum custody level prisons by the Feds nationwide.
While some FCI prisons might be a bit rough and violent at times, I’m going to concentrate on the Minimum Security Camps as that where the majority of White Collar women go, and I spent 15 months in one of them.